A *lot* of ideas, but covered sketchily, and not particularly satisfactorily.
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A clever story that looks at the exploration of the solar system via telepresence rathern than in person, and to explain much more would be to give away too much, but suffice to say it provides an interesting perspective.
A neat little Martian horror story, with a pleasantly different protagonist – The Reverend Boaaz Hanaahaahn, High Priest of the Mighty Void, a Shet who finds something getting into the dark recesses of his mind.
A story that really needs more space to do it justice.
The shift in perspective is a touch unsettling, which makes for a more interesting reading experience.
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As ever, a strong collection of stories, albeit fairly ‘safe’ in terms of a relatively narrow range of sources.
..plenty to boggle your mind.
Interzone celebrates its 25th Anniversary Issue, courtesy of the sterling work of Andy Cox and team at TTA Press. Only minor quibble is that this issue is yet another different size and shape : my Interzone shelf shows the first 20-odd years as having three different sizes, and for most of this time, just two […]